The Black RCA is thought of very highly by people who try it:
“Putting it into my system, I was impressed by just how communicative this modestly priced cable was. Compared to my favourite similarly-priced cable I had to hand TQ offered a significant improvement in focus, timing and overall lucidity.” - Steve Dickinson, HiFi +
"Nowhere does the music sound sharp or thin, but very open, transparent, defined. Everything sounds completely balanced. The sound is completely separate from the speakers and we feel as if we ourselves were present at the shooting. The original setting is left untouched and had only experienced by some in this group test such a commitment. So pure, so much momentum and so much peace. This is for us very close to the perfect interlink."
- Harro Tillema, Alpha-Audio
Why No Tech Specs?
Because the cables have been designed from scratch with a different starting point (we believe) the numbers won't help understand what they may sound like. You actually have to listen to them in a system you are familiar with to really get what they do. The difference is not in any way a minor change.
Why should we hand over all the hard work in R&D to our competitors?
Tellurium Q cables do not function like any cable people have heard so even if we did publish the technical specifications people would only be able to calibrate the information to what they have encountered already and then erroneously pigeon hole Tellurium Q.
We are not claiming to have found the holy grail in cables we are just saying that we are focusing on the problem of the distortion of relative phase frequencies and in doing so have (we feel) produced and are producing some outstanding products which represent excellent value for their performance.
I guess that we are unusual in that we really do want people to listen to our cable against similarly priced products because we know that people will mostly choose Tellurium Q once they have swiched rapidly between products a few times and appreciate what the lack of distortion of relative phase relationships really means for their system.
Geoff Merrigan Director , Tellurium Q
I hope that you enjoy the performance of your system when you try out our cables.